Okay, I understand your comments now and thanks for not including us in the backbiting part of your comment. When guys like Bob or Pat, or anyone here asks me a question. I try to answer it as directly as possible. It usually only takes me a few sentences at the most to answer and if I don't know the answer, I'll say that as well. There are a lot of things that we don't know the answers to and it's better to simply say, I'm not sure or I really don't know, than to go on and on and on. People can tell when a poster is uncertain, and no amount of words will cover that up. In fact, the more the uncertain person writes, the worse it is for them.
Thanks for keeping your peepers out for mine as well. I'll keep trying to do my best in answering questions. :thumbup:
Concision is important, but does not always prove truth or help a pool student.
For example, I've taken your refusal to answer my questions as your concise verification that you remain angry and pour anger on me and other instructors--not sure why . . .